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One love, One heart . Let's get together and feel all right.
We're going to start this Sunday with good vibes coming straight from Jamaica. Some cool music! And if we evoke Jamaica and Reggae, there is a name which is essential: it's Bob Marley, The King of Reggae! Born on February 6, 1945 in Nine Miles, Jamaica, his musical career began in 1962. The Wailers were formed very quickly and the group met with success in Jamaica in 1964. They start recording some really good Albums: Catch A Fire, Burnin', etc.. before becoming Bob Marley (& The Wailers) at the end of 1973. This is a key period because when the album Natty Dread is released in 1974 with the song I Shot the Sheriff, Eric Clapton made a cover of the song and opened the doors to the world wide success to Bob Marley and his Reggae vibrations! And what a great artist! Look at him playing live on stage, it's a celebration! Celebration of life. He's living his music at 200%.
Then came the albums Rastaman Vibration, which definitely made him a world star. Survival, in which he evokes his assassination attempt in December 1976 through the song "Ambush In The Night". Bob narrowly escaped with only a bullet lodged in his arm. He then left Jamaica for London and produced the great Album Exodus in 1977, from which is extracted the title that I share with you today One Love / People Get Ready.
Bob Marley has always been a very politically committed person, an eternal defender of the oppressed, he has also always preached peace, love and unity through his songs. Uprising, released in 1980 is his last Album at the apogee of his career. Could You Be Loved, Redemption Song, etc.. He was diagnosed with cancer in 1977 and died in May 11, 1981. His music will be still here!
We could choose dozens of songs about this Reggae Music pioneer, but to extend this Sunday musical moment, we can't leave without sharing Bob Marley playing and singing on stage. Here, Live in Santa Barbara in 1979.
Eric Clapton playing the Bob Marly song I Shot The Sheriff at the Crossroads Festival 2010!
The Crossroads Guitar Festival is a music festival created in 1999 by Eric Clapton. This is a benefit concert to finance the Crossroads Centre, a drug addiction center in Antigua, founded by Eric Clapton in 1998.
Friends.. One Love! :0) Thanks to be there.
Love is the most powerful force on earth! Keep it alive!